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Intersectional Paeonia Catalog
Cultivars beginning with:  A-F | G-M | N-Z

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All peonies are shipped as dormant divisions in late September and early October, the appropriate time for planting.  Cold climate areas will receive their orders first, followed by warmer areas that will allow planting further into fall.  We do not ship peonies in the spring.  Order early for best selection.  This catalog will close in early August 2019 to allow time for field selection, processing and digging.  All intersectional peonies listed are divisions from field grown plants and are an excellent value (no micro-propagated material). 
 
$40.00/Division
3 Divisions for $105.00
Bartzella.  Anderson.  1986.   American Peony Society Award of Landscape Merit.  American Peony Society Gold Medal winner-2006.  APS 'Best In Show'-2002.  Full formed yellow flowers on large plants.  Easily grown and is an excellent landscape plant for foliage after bloom. Bartzella has now been around for awhile and many new yellow intersectionals have made their way to the market. Still, Bartzella is clearly the best yellow peony.  Week 6 bloom time.  Seldom produces seed.  (white lactiflora x Reath woody hybrid)
$35.00/Division
Callie's Memory.  Anderson. 1999.  Creamy semi-double flowers are flushed and accented with pink and rose.  Flower has dark basal flares.  Excellent foliage and a very nice shrub out of bloom.  Week 5-6 bloom time.  Very good.  No fertility noted.  (Martha W x Reath woody hybrid).
$35.00/Division
Canary Brilliants.  Anderson.  1999.  American Peony Society Award of Landscape Merit.   Pastel Canary yellow and peach tones in a very pleasant semi-double flower.  Long stems and excellent plant habit.  No fertility noted.  (Martha W x Reath woody hybrid).
$35.00/Division
3 Divisions for $85.00
First Arrival.  Anderson.  1986.  Large medium lavender semi-double flowers carried on strong stems. Deep green foliage that lasts throughout the season make this a good landscape plant.  A fast grower and gorgeous in a clump.  First Arrival was the first intersectional to bloom in 1984 for Roger Anderson.  Still one of the best.  Week 5 bloom time.  No fertility noted.  (Martha W x Reath woody hybrid)
$35.00/Division
3 Divisions for $85.00
Garden Treasure.  Hollingsworth.  1984.  American Peony Society Award of Landscape Merit. American Peony Society Gold Medal winner-1996.  APS 'Best In Show'-2001, 2004, 2005, 2007, .  Broad low bush, yellow semi-double flowers with red basal flares.  Long stems present the large flowers well.  Has side buds that prolong the bloom season.  No fertility noted.  Reported a good cut flower.  Week 5 bloom time.  (lactiflora x Alice Harding)
$35.00/Division
Hidden Treasure.  Seidl.  1989.  Semi-double to single yellow flowers have red basal flares and pink stigmas.  Flower stems can be long and are suitable for cutting.  Plants are low growing, about 24 inches for us and look good at the front of the border or in a rock garden.  Foliage is deep green and wider than most intersectionals.  Vigorous grower.  Week 5 bloom time.  No fertility noted.  (lactiflora x Alice Harding)
$35.00/Division
3 Divisions for $85.00
Hillary.  Anderson.  1999.  American Peony Society Award of Landscape Merit. Deep coral pink over cream semi-double blooms upon opening.  Flowers fade at different rates to cream, amber and pink to create a bush with many different flower colors displayed at one time.  Excellent plant habit.  Hillary is one of the best intersectionals for flower form, color and plant habit.  Week 5-6 bloom time and sporadically afterward.  No fertility noted.  (Bartzella x ?), but this is questionable.
$75.00/Division
Joanna Marlene.  1999.  Semi-double flowers of amber-peach coloration with pink highlights.  An unusual color not found in other intersectionals.  Foliage and stems have much red pigment.  Plants begin to look tired in August and begin to go dormant earlier than other intersectionals.  No fertility noted.  (Gay Paree x Golden Era).
$35.00/Division
Julia Rose.  Anderson.  Flowers have a cream base color heavily overlaid in bright rose.  Colors fade to amber, copper and yellow blends with pink highlights.  Excellent foliage and plant habits. Week 5 bloom time. No fertility noted.
$35.00/Division
Lemon Dream.  Anderson.  1999.  Flowers are lemon sometimes with purple petals mixed with yellow or yellow with purple splashes, but are most often yellow.  A great intersectional, very much like Bartzella in flower and plant habit. Week 5-6 bloom time.  No fertility noted.
(Martha W x Golden Era)
$45.00/Division
3 Divisions for $115.00
Lollipop.  Anderson.  1999.  Semi-double to double cream-yellow with lavender candy stripes throughout the flower giving these blooms the appearance of an all-day sucker.  Striping can be variable throughout the flower.  Good looking plants are about 3 feet in height.  No fertility noted.   Week 5 bloom time. (lactiflora seedling x D-79)
$150.00/Division
Love Affair.  Hollingsworth.  2005.  Large semi-double pure white flowers.  Petals unevenly notched along the edges.  Flowers open wide and have a billowy appearance.  Stems are long making it great for cut flowers.  Foliage is deep green.  Plants are strong growers and are about 30" tall.  Superior and seldom available.  Week 6 bloom time.  (Gertrude Allen x Alice Harding).  No fertility noted.
$45.00/Division
Lunar Glow.  Anderson.  1999.  Light yellow semi-double flowers with light strawberry flares.  Very nice foliage backs the lovely light blooms.  Midseason bloom time.
$50.00/Division
Momo Taro. Anderson/Seidl/Bremer.  2017.  Cream to peach colored single flowers have red flares and pink stigmas.  Excellent foliage and carriage.  Good candidate for landscaping due to fine habit.  Vigorous and easy to grow. 34" height. Named for the Japanese story 'Momo Taro-Peach Boy'.  Bill Seidl was stationed in Japan in his military assignment and enjoyed the culture and language immensely.  No fertility noted.  (Tessera x lactiflora).  Note tree peony as seed parent.
$60.00/Division
Morning Lilac.  Anderson.  1999.  Fuchsia purple single to semi-double flowers. 28" to 32"  tall.  An unusual color on a large petaled flower. Striking in the garden and much sought after.  Week 5 bloom time.
$35.00/Division
Old Rose Dandy.  Laning.  1993.  Single flowers open dark old rose and then fade to have copper and cream tone mixed with rose.  Dark basal flares.  White sheath and stigmas.  Yellow stamens.  Good grower with good plant habits.  Week 5 bloom time.  No fertility noted.  Parentage unknown. 
$35.00/Division
Pastel Splendor.  Anderson/Seidl.  1996.  Single flowers of cream are overlaid with soft lavender-pink.  Dark basal flares.  The entire flower is very circular.  Extremely vigorous plants present flowers well over nice dark green foliage.  Forms beautiful round mounded shrubs.  Week 5 bloom time.  No fertility noted.  (Martha W x Saunders F2-A)
$35.00/Division
Scarlet Heaven.  Anderson.  1999.  Stunning bright red single flowers presented well on extremely healthy plants.  Red stigmas, maroon sheath and red stamens tipped with yellow anthers.  Nice finely dissected foliage.  Scarlet Heaven is one of the fastest growing peonies in our collection.  Very good.  Week 5 bloom time.  No fertility noted.
(Martha W x Thunderbolt).
$40.00/Division
Singing in the Rain.  Smith.  2002.  Single yellow and peach blend.  Plants present flowers well with nice even spacing.  Very nice foliage.  Plants are approximately 28"-30" and flowers are held just outside of the leaves.  (Martha Washington x Golden Era).  No fertility.
$45.00/Division
Smith Family Jewel.  Smith.  2002.  Semi-double to double cream flushed in pink flowers. Petals often bordered in pink and center of the flower appears deeper in color.  Excellent foliage and plant habit.
$45.00/Division
Sonoma Amethyst.  Tolomeo.  2002.  Very nice amethyst lavender single to semi-double flowers.  Plants are relatively short (for intersectionals) for us here in Wisconsin, but bloom nicely each year.  Week 5 bloom time.
$35.00/Division
3 Divisions for $85.00
Sonoma Apricot.  Tolomeo.  1999.  Flowers, averaging 16 petals, are consistently smooth, apricot-colored at first bloom, maturing yellow with a small heart of bright red flares and an incomplete red sheath surrounding red stigmas and yellow stamens.  Deep green waxy foliage carried on stems that reach 3 feet, but usually more in the 30" range.  No fertility noted.  (lactiflora seedling x Golden Era)
$130.00/Division
Sonoma By the Bay.  Tolomeo/Bremer.  2017.  Intersectional.  Seedling number: Tolomeo Itoh #61.  Single deep rose red flowers with a bright ring of yellow stamens and bright pink stigmas.  Sheath is a bright red.  A stunning flower to look at.  Plants reach 34" in height and disply flowers well.  Irene sent this plant to us, along with a number of other promising unregistered Intersectionals and woody peonies in her last year of life.  She had not seen 'By the Bay' bloom, but thought the plant habit promising.  The plant is named for the Bay area of California where Irene resided. We appreciate her generosity and her intensity in hybridizing.  (L59 x Boreas).
$250.00/Division
Sonoma Halo.  Tolomeo.  2007.  Very large double yellow flowers held on sturdy stems.  Excellent plant habits and one of the best new yellow intersectional hybrids.  A common entry in flower shows that has received much attention.  Excellent foliage.  Not much more to say, simply a great plant and flower.   Just a few divisions available.
$75.00/Division
Sonoma Rosy Future.  Tolomeo.  2004.  Bright violet rose single flowers with red flares. A very unusual colored flower carried on long stems.  Cream stigmas, light pink sheath and yellow stamens.  Good foliage on thiis one. 1 to 2 side buds. Outstanding and will not be confused with any other I-hybrid.  Irene noted that this cultivar produced seed, but none had germination.  Pollen has been noted in our garden, but no good seed to date.   (unnamed lactiflora seedling x Boreas). 
$350.00/Division
Sonoma YeDo.  Tolomeo.  2010.  No seedling number, but propagated under the garden name “Yellow Double” from which the cultivar name is derived, and with limited distribution as “YeDo”.  (lactiflora seedling x Reath’s A-198).  DOUBLE. Flowers are 6 or more inches in size, yellow, with the edges of the outer petals fading to an ivory picotee. Petals are slightly frilled and have pink flares which are normally obscured due to the fullness of the flower. Four to 6 carpels, light green. A few stamens, but no pollen. Sheath yellow, partial. Has typical Itoh foliage. Height at maturity average of 28 inches. Spreading plant but does not need mechanical support. No fragrance. 'Sonoma YeDo' is similar to 'Sonoma Halo', but more double. They share the same pollen parent but have different home grown unnamed Lactiflora seedlings as pod parents.  Limited number available and always in high demand.
$45.00/Division
Unique.  Anderson.  1999.  Single brilliant red flowers with slightly darker flares.  Petals are lightly ruffled and are notched.  Pink stigmas, bright red sheath and stamens tipped with waxy yellow anthers.  1 or 2 side buds.  Beautiful finely dissected dark green foliage.  Plants stand about 34" in bloom.  Many red intersectionals have poor foliage later in the growing season, but Unique is an exception!   (Martha W. x potaninii)
$35.00/Division
3 Divisions for $85.00
Viking Full Moon.  Pehrson/Seidl.  1989.  Single flowers are are mostly cream blended with light hints of yellow and pink and light red flares. Long stems carry 1-3 side  buds.   Petals are lightly ruffled and notched.  Stamens are light red, stigmas and sheath are cream.  Stems bend to display flowers all around the plants, but do not lay on the ground. Foliage is dark green and very attractive.  An unusual I-hybrid that will not be confused with others. Some plants have shown lavender mutations (attractive, but not for sale at this time).  30" plant height.  Week 5-6 bloom time.  No fertility noted.  Unknown parentage.
$35.00/Division
3 Divisions for $85.00
Yellow Crown.  Itoh/Smirnow.  1974.  Yellow semi-double flowers with red flares at the base of the petals. One of the original Itoh hybrids.  Week 5 bloom time.  No fertility noted.
Plants Sold Out Since January 1, 2018
$45.00/Division
 
Sonoma Welcome.  Tolomeo.  1999.  (lactiflora seedling x tree hybrid Golden Era) Excellent foliage with light-yellow single flowers and inconspicuous light red flares. Flowers very generously with flower size consistent with the small stature of this delightful plant.
 
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